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What type of graph should be made?. Bar graph. Why?. Because there is only 1 set of measurements for 5 separate categories. What type of graph should be made?. line graph. Why?. Because there 2 sets data measurements (manipulated and responding variable). What type of graph should be made?.

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What type of graph should be made l.jpg

What type of graph should be made?

Bar graph

Why?

Because there is only 1 set of measurements for 5 separate categories.


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What type of graph should be made?

line graph

Why?

Because there 2 sets data measurements (manipulated and responding variable).


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What type of graph should be made?

line graph

Why?

Because there 2 sets data measurements (manipulated and responding variable).


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Which is the y axis?

y axis


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Which is the x axis?

x axis


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Which axis does the manipulated variable go on?

On the x axis


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Which axis does the responding variable go on?

On the y axis


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